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Bundle: Practical Contract Law for Paralegals: An Activities-Based Approach, Fourth Edition with The Law Simulation Series: Contracts

  • Laurel A. Vietzen
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Print Bundle - This bundle includes a print version of ISBN 9781454873471 as well as an access code to The Law Simulation Series - Contracts.

More about Practical Contract Law for Paralegals: An Activities-Based Approach, the activities-based approach of the Fourth Edition builds valuable contract management skills. Numerous assignments that mirror the work of an actual paralegal teach students to read, draft, and implement contracts, as well as to research and apply local law. Ideal for both the classroom and online courses, this book combines contracts and applied legal research for paralegals. Accessible explanations of doctrine and principles prepare students to tackle assignments based on state-specific laws and procedures.

The Law Simulation Series: Contracts is a series of simulated, experiential learning environments designed to provide students with an interactive law office environment suitable for the development and refinement of competencies needed for the real-world legal workplace

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Laurel A. Vietzen

Professor Laurel A. Vietzen has been coordinator of the ABA-approved paralegal program at Elgin Community College since it began in 1989. She received her BA in Journalism from Purdue University and her JD from the Chicago-Kent College of Law. Prior to starting her current position at Elgin Community College, Professor Vietzen practiced transactional law with the Chicago firm of Sonnenschein, Nath Rosenthal and the suburban firm Bean Spencer and taught Lawyering Skills at John Marshall Law School in Chicago. She is coordinator of the Contributor to Planning Environmental Law journal, monthly since 1985.

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